Would you like to take advantage of your stay soaking up the sun to unwind, but also to discover beautiful natural landscapes? Ibiza
is definitely the ideal destination for a perfect holiday with your family, friends or your partner. We have selected for you the natural reserves of the island that you will not be able to miss for any reason.
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Some wonders of nature on the island
The natural park Ses Salines
It is in the heart of San José that you will find this magnificent area declared a nature reserve in 1995 and then a nature park in 2001 to the delight of visitors.
A true refuge for the island's biodiversity, Ses Salines is home to more than 210 species of birds and 178 plant species. This park shelters, in particular, a great number of posidonies, algae very important for the ecosystem of Ibiza which is very threatened for a few years. Beyond its ecological attractions, the natural park Ses Salines will also offer you to discover a charming village, its small chapels as well as creeks
where you can sunbathe.
Es Vedrà Nature Reserve
will offer you a great diversity of landscapes and emblematic viewpoints of Ibiza, starting with its majestic rock. Several islets make up the natural site including those of Es Vedranell, Sa Conillera and Ses Bledes. Like the natural park Ses Salines, many protected animal and plant species reside in the reserve. In particular, it is here that the majority of the island's birds choose to breed. The islets of the reserve are also the place of predilection of many lizards which you will be able to see during walks around the islets.
The island of Formentera
Although it is not considered a reserve or a nature park, it will nevertheless offer you all the change of scenery and disconnection you are looking for. In fact, the island of Formentera
is known as one of the most beautiful natural sites where many excursions are organised. You will enjoy breathtaking views and translucent waters. It is also a popular spot for protected species as the island is sparsely inhabited and has lush vegetation.
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